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PUBLIC SALE , UN FlilDAY, DECEMBEK12,1013. The undersigned will sell at public i ?ale, at his residence on Hanover i street, in the Borough of New Ox-' ford, the following personal property:! Two horses: 1 bay horse 12 years i old, works wherever hitched, "good i driver and safe ami sound, 1 bay [ mare rising 6 years old, works where- ever-hi'tehed, safe and sound, would make a fine brood mare. Three good wagons, 1 good Platform too wagon, capacity 3000 Ibs., 1 or 2 horse wagon ' in good condition, 1 good I-horse top *» Cured Her CoM. Restored Her Appetite and Built Up Her Run-Down Svstem. i?^^^±^^ittF^^^ ^-^ row, corn coverer, triple, double a^d 1 had , no appetite lelt very weak ana '_ 9 Sfx?^*f ^~ v «**/«w *»«*IJL j »»., fc ».rI i i.«T. I fr» A**»-rf Tn^ii!- \l ^^ rL.f^^**~f so for ;^Iran-down systems and coughs, so i over to see her one day and after ·xplained to me how it had bene- 5 ^ va-kee harness - eo^ 9 fiwd her I b ° D « llt * ^^ £nd be « an Ss Earner one i^s- ^L±^^rrlfe ropes and palievs, block and taekie, I** 1 " P«"«k wbae ***?. the second i -.vhee!barrow, loi of corn by the bushel! !. b ^ nie - l can re « ramene « « anyone ! corn fodder, 2 scythes and snaths,'- A ~ l [1500 ^2 inch tobacco lath, low corn j wagon, and a big '.ariety of articles 1 not mentioned. " | - Sale to commence at 1 o'clock p. m. Bear's Emulsson tones up the stom- sharo, when terms will be made known ,' aeil builds up the system, gives ap- bv " j petite and gives strength to the body- something for a cougn and a Years very :ru:y, 3Irs. J. W_ Simnions- A. J. GULDEN. G. R. Thompson, Auct. R. jL Straley, Clerk. SHELL oysters always on hand at Evans' Restaurant, advertisement United Phone.- ! \Ve ask every run-down, nervous, aged, weak or any one suffering with i weak lungs, to Try a bottle of Bear's [Emulsion and if it does not do as .claimed return empty bottle and get exactiv what vou paid for it. ·{ For" sale by" H-aber's I Drug Stores. and People's WAISTCOATS LEND DISTINCTION TO SUITS AND GOWNS the well dressed -woman wears to t-a; In the afternoon a simple, smartly cut \ frock of satin, crepe !£ chine or duv-e- ' tyn, plain or flgTiredL I* the £r._"Ss ··, -of plain material the c:rm:pr««:i!! vc-st' Is brocaded or figured, sho-.ving dainty " Oriental color combinations, and if tne, gown Is figured the vest is plaJn. There is scarcely a gown that Io:=s not sotv the vest in one form or another.. It may be only a. couple of laches -··;:£·? I or It may be the resiiktiion iv^^tcrar.' bat It invariably lends c^ · Dull blue duvetyn in ~~^ was iciuch- ; ed to brightness by the vesi of r^guivj eilfc duvetyn and tne g.rdlc of 'jorn.1' orange satin. The=e rich. s;rnr.? c-^'or ! raay be used boidSr this season it h.i:i*i!c-I c!«rvtr!y so as 10 svo'vl cnide- n^ss. O:i«-n sc-.-ert".! of them are used on ori»r c«^tunie "A'llb i most ctiajrminsr *!?·=£. Tnt: v.-ajfaicoa.t -nay show in its br»rcc!i- bsts of blue. go!i and cerise, anc v, hat cojid be smarter on a dark The blouse of this model shows a. crop shoul^vr. anci the skirt is a two ;,ie^e i^es-top. A medic: fnil o" lac» ^svts a linichins touch to the col!ar. T" f o p y :n s'ze C5 4% yarcs of 35 inch m_t-r:a; -..JI Le needwi v.itb ^i ard OT ^"nirast.isr material. Xo 77SS--s'i^P C-? to 4-i. Each pa::, m 15 -er.c=. MM PECKMAN'S REALTY REPORT SOLD:--Since making our last report we sold a number of farms. A. H. B. Ring cf the Springs Hotel Company bought from us the 45 acre farm owned by 3Ir. Samuel M. Hartzeii and located on the Chambersburg pike. 'Mr. E. j VV*. Uebert of ^Xew Durham. New Jersey, purchased through our agency the j fine John Roth frcit farm lying- between Biglerville and Arendtsviile. In FranklinJTowcship v.-e sold for Aaron fi. Cutshall a farm of So acres, fruit land, to Emory D. \Ventz, who will oecup_y it in the spring and set out a large portion in fruit trees. Among others which we can sell and give nossession April 1st please note the following:-2 acres near town but outside cf the borough, 8 room frame house . with furnace, oatfcitchen, large stable ar.d other buildings, fine view and oleasant surroundings S2300. 5 acres with buildings 2 J .~» miles from town along Dike SSOO. 10 acres, 2 miles from town, 7 room frame house, pantry, bath, hot and cold water. Al cond.vion, new barn, water svsteni, aoultrv houses and other ! boildines S2COO. 30 acres. 3 A mile from borough, fenced in 5 fields, T room brick house. leveHana. gccti outbuildings, ideal home $5000. 2:3 acres. 2*^ miles from town. 1 room frame house, bank bam. Dther necessarv build.ngs. 2 gocd farm for ncultrv and track, ered 51650. I H. P. MARK Arendtsville H. P. MARK | A big Display of Holiday Goods The thirty-first anniversary of my being in business trill be celebrated with a grand opening of holiday goods on Saturday, December 6th, 1913 ^^ jgjj A big stock fresh from the eastern cities has been placed in our store rooms and will be gj open for inspection to all our friends and customers" Our holiday stock consists of I s g ;HIXA and GLASSWARE glass pieces in latest J patterns. The only store at ^~£ which to buy it in the North end of the County. Dinner sets, 9 Silver knives ar.d forks. BRIC-A-BRAC Vases, Candlebra, Statuary St and Japanese pieces LAMPS XX °- every style and descrioticn. FURNITURE Daring the holidays only we *5? offer an eight piece S30 solid ·ifc oak suite for §25. Dresser has a gf* French beveled mirror 24 x 30. _ j An exceptional offer which j^ will only !a^E for the holiday XH trade. Iron bedsteads and'other ·W? furniture of al! descr:ntions. An ·· especial! j- attractive line cf CJg rockers, dining room suits, side- i£j boards, desks, etc. %r SLEDS and WAGONS The kind that won't break -ivhen ypu look at them. Big line of lightning guiders and flexible Syers. Other toys. TOILET SETS A large line of toilet sets has been received for the holiday ·,rade. A most acceptable gift and we have many patterns. SWEEPERS Bissel's swepers make very acceptable gifts. They save many hoars hard v.-ork. PICTURES We hsve no competitors in price, for we do our framing in dull seasons. We are overstocked and the goods must go. As a result we have made a redaction of 25 per cent, on ail pictures. CARPETS Brussels, Mouquet, Axminster, IngraEn and Rag carpet- A pattern to suit everyone. RUGS A large number of rugs of attractive design and excellent quality. AH sizes. A new line of bath room rugs. 36 x 72 for 9Sc 30 x 60 for 89c. OIL STOVES Monarch and B. and B. oil heaters \vhich are just the thing to take the chill on of a room. CLOCKS Oar display of clocks is large and at \-aried prices. Cathedral gong clocks from S3 to S6.75, all new designs. Oak case clocks and cheaper grades^alarm clocks, e'«.c., for those *.vho want them . || A Sewing Machine at $1800, and ail well wat- To obiain either j-.aitf-m :*!ut:a:t.-d '-'1 oat this coupon ard euctose 15 Csri.l? :^ Btaisps or coin. B*- sure to -=tnr« n-:.nber ! or paitera and siss. n»c2ii!rins c-- ^r Oe fullest part Of the bust. ACOress Pattern t^ care of this pa;- r. Xo s.=e 70 at-res. Kunringicn iownship. G acres good oak timber, level -and. good -'*"· 7 rccm house and van!: b--m. ether bui'dipgs ;n .Al sh^j,e. closs to ? i ~oie. school i.r.d creamer;.. The bargain cf ".he ssasoii. onlv S25«0- .rcih-i 1 -hecD^_ thEs farm but the nrrce. 2 acres 1 rn'le fiom t;:e lfar:isburg Road, level -and and about 22 acres ; -£Sres3 O- HOW WE GOT OUR CHRISTMAS HYMNS. 1 Many poncJar CIssTstsas byrnrs j have a roost interesting f-istory. Those j who have beard the waits nn-J carol-.' ers sinir "Hark, the Herait! .Vngels* Sincf os Christmas eve will be astoa- i Ished to know tliat manr years ago it; BO YODB CHRISTMAS BUYIN8 CHEERFULLY; IT'S 800D EXERCISE That Equals Any S30.CO .Machine Full size high arm sewing head. Ball-bearing enameled stand. Five JK drawers with polished oak fronts and handsome puiis: one of them with bobbin compartments. Thoroughly adjusted so ibsCi it mav be ussd in the home at once without trouble. Fully guaranteed for ten years. Should last a lifetime with reasonably careful use. Will do perfectly all the sewing required in the average modern home. Has full equipment of attachir.ents same as the higher priced machines. A trouble-proof easy-running, thoroughly satisfactory Machine. We will sell you a S45.CU machine, rotary acticn, with ail the :-t- tachmer.s. hemmers. etc.. for S2T.GO. Guaranteed for 10 vears. F_i!y g-j^i-±ntod mtehincc cs lov.- as S14.CO. Thev have been hdnd- " ·X y» sn-i ivocilinnd^iisw bu.lding-s conszstir.g of 4 room house --:a frame :-atn and s.11 necsssary buildings. ;. oung fruit planted, price cn!y S2253. 92 acres neir Ts-ble Reck, with good buildings, level land, fertile and easv .o farm, new fences §4000. 119 acres, south of FairSeld, 1 room frame hoase, bank barn. land level apd everything in a well kept condition. This whole properry is above the ordinary and^the owner would be justified in asking more money, but he intends to sei! r hence the low price of $5000 and a good bargain in feed, grain crop etc. Will also let money in for the buyer if he wants it. Let cs tell you more about it. 123 acres, red land, brick "house, new bank bam, plentv of good pasture -.vith running wacer. close to Harrisburg Road, good farm $5000. 118 acres near Biglerville. 12 acres timber, large bank barn and good out' land level, public road $6000. m m ·et! v.-Ivh success for 20 Tears. " HUISTjtlAS shopping is SUefi witl! hustle, excitement, pleasure and jroofi eserci=e. Whoever has not tasted thc-e -was- rendered ·'Hark. How All the "Welkin Itlassr' and was suns to the. tune of "See. tlie Conquerine Hero- Comes." When this foraier wording j bas Jet to ^^^.^f. a! : o f the joys of was adopted in the cew hytna took of · c^ r j S ;J ;: - asL the "ETymas Ancient and Modern." I there was a greet storm of criticism j j i s _ i e everj . shO pp e r. once arriv- noa _ VQ ^ S Christmas is a nui . from those who prefer the modern ver-1 =:mce . tbaj . , E Js tJje pa _, of ui=dom IO sion. The hymn was written by | ^^ ^ Q ^ o=ce Charles TTesiey. have it only once a year: that next : Christmas some joanger caeiufaer of , , tor wnen tae nest cunstnias nuis i a gir , .^_ appearance and shops anil store Cays I 0 | a n a strecrs are once more a!i - e %vit .-JSUUM, At., ov.u.3. after »«ras hiimnnitv aad =ood catured roccp tvitn tlse fa von to. Dolly, j - ^. T , " ^ - i -*- »-IH»I tn^tfiri trt TTTlf e* hot" *I/ r *rnATl»?T?'^ Til*"*** » -*· * - * - - * L I . *" Jos ah:e _ T7hich is i Qest Christmas DDIS la ores= %vitb The aathor of "Christians. Awake:, rfje fam - lr njngt take upon herse , f t De Salute tbe Happy Mora." was John | onerons _ * fct: cin= . brain Decking. Byrom. Mancbester's famoD«« man o. , ne _ r strai ,, ag ^ ork . Bu£ no one who letters, who was born at Kersa!.n 1G01 , tfcis accl! , raOon -^k^ itfO rtnore Byrom bad several children, but. like, many another father, there wn 5 ; a fa- -. vorire This cbild was oamed Dolly. A few Christmas 5Ir. Byrod. after a te her sonjothjB^r nice J ," for Cbristmas mcminir On the tnora- , Ing o* tbe great day., when she sat j do'sva to breakfast, hlie found on her j plate an envelope, addressed to her in , her father's handwriting. It wns the i first tbinpr she opened, aad. to he- great delight, it proved to be a Christmas carol addressed to her. and to her alone. Another very popular Christmas Is "that entitled "As With Glad- 5.® m H. P. M A R K Arendtsville A(iams County $ »- s«:»K*:8s:»K«s»K«sa5;a^iec«i»s?«s«5a iar^^ei^^xwseH^^^HfeSx*^*^:^^^ 103 acres 2 1 " miles frorn Bigierville. large young orchard, good stock farm, bank Dam and frame house, all good. Aprly. 110 acres near ilummasburg. brick house, ba'm and other buildines. nicely located farm S4200. ' · , " 210 acres with two sets of buildings, rich fertile soil, will sell as 2 whole j j or divide. Apply. j L, 230 acres in Lstiir.ore Township, fruit land and grain and stock farm. I buildings are the best to be fernd in the county, producing big crops. We can iame you a good price on this fine country estate. 672 acres in one tract with 3 barns aid 3 houses, land level and rolling. soil creek gravel and penn loam. §3500 worth of Timber 20 COO --FRUIT FARMS-- __. _ and % acre raspberries. The live stock and farm and~orchard implements go vdth the orchard. Apply. 45 acres, general farm land fruit, old orchard and 600 2 vr. old trees. thriving ar.d growing into money, balance of farm producing:" hsaw. good buildings. 3% miles from Biglerville S-3500. HUDSON Six 54 citemeat as of old. with greater enjoy asent taaa ever. It is trnc tbe elbowing: of oue's way tbroujb crowds, the ions waits in the stores. tSe standi":; in cars almost borstin" with tbeir load of h;:aan be inss and t'ie despairincr delays of tnese ss!fs;:ine cars are apt to leave very little balance on one's account of cheerfulness, in spite of these Bin s. however, lies the true satis ness Men of Old." It Is remarkable} that tbis cheerful hymn was written } faction - if not real P'^sure. o. bavzn? at a time of great depres^on. The i pn«tased for this ooe or dm some author. William Chatterton Dis. who \ Httlc surprise whicii lies oeen lon-eo died in 1900 bad been seriously ill for ] for - bn£ ncve7 expected. a long time, and he was feeling dis I For vestal attitcde and for a bint consoiate and miserable. 1 fronj the athletic teachers tbe wise One evening after be bad been some! ^onian win co into the work of Christ- weeks in bed. he felt a event deal i ma s shopping: with the exhilarated better, and whiie in this improved state 1 feeling rijrlstfnHy attached to any form he conceived the idea of wiitin- a* °' Pheasant nad escitin- exerc^e. The Cbristmas hyaan. pnd as a result o f } cultivation of tbis spirit will make the this we get "As With Gladness Men of Old." "Once In Royal Davia's City" is the most popclar Christians tyran for can- crowds. tae discomforts anel the inev Stable disappolntineats of the annual gift purcbaslng experience^ no more wortb fretting over or aoticsna. thaa dren. It was written by Mrs. Alex- ] the varied experiences o* the ath!eti aader. who also \vrote those famous | fieJd or symnasium. and it will brine "hymnsC "TSere Is a Greea Hill Far j the aforementioned wise woman up to Away" and "We Are but Little Chil- ' Christmas day in tbe most enviable Weak.*" and desirable physical condition she - conid fancy or imagine, for every j thing depends upon the tannner us ' which tbe feminine shopper attacks the Christmas situation, and a well conducted round of Christmas sboi- ping provides ns ninch fan as the mer riest gsme of basketball or tennis and stirs up and strengthens neglected muscles just as Welcome Christmas, thrice welcome. Christinas. "Wfcich brings c? gocd cheer. Since pSes and piam porricSgs. Good ale and strong: beer. With p5g. goose and capon. Tlic best that may fee. So ·we2! doth the ·weather And stomachs agrea --Old Sons. .«nst So! "I wonder," mused tiie thoughtful looking man, "why so many people put their wallets under their pillow Shrewd Dodge. "This new murderer is a foxy one." before going to sleep?" "Well," sug- "How so?" "Declares he's perfectly trees. 105 acres. 3 mOes from Orrtanna, rolling land, bank barn and weather- boarded house, well traveled road between house and barn. 100 aptile trees 25 years oid. packed oi bbls. this year. oOO young apple trees planted, about -50 acres more available for Blanring in fruit, chestnut and copper-stone soil Price S3000. ~ 124 acres, son'i.h of Fairneld. rolling land, suitable for fruit, bank barn and stone house, both pracricaliy new, pasture rum-ing water and water svs- tera to buildings, public road $4500214 acres, fruit land and stock farm. 1% miles from Orrtanna, large bank barn. stone house and tenant; house. aO large old apple trees, ard 4uO planted 2 years old. large amoun'C of locust and vouus: " ^ voang apple and peach timber, some old. altitude 800 fee soon bring a large income. S6000. There are 40 acres of locust which" us: wif! We have a large number of other farms for sale subject to the tenants lease for next year; a good batcher business; Sour mill; town, properties e'tc. RUXK PECKMAX Office Masonic Building Gettysburg, Pa. TRAPPERS and FUR BUYERS Bring your furs in right alonjr. the longer you wais the less monev you'll set because your furs will turn bine, on account of the weather. We vril! pay as follows: Xo. 1, larsre skunk S3.V " J, Mediant kunk .52.5 * " 2, large skuns S!_75 ** 2, medium sknnK §1.50 " 3 . 50 to 75."' ·*, -lOtoSOr For bine pelts I will pay yon according to value.J Opossum R A T S Lar-re winter rats largo Jail rats 20c loc Raccoons 7.50 av -S2.O) gested the club wit without hesita- sane. - Xow, of course, everybody tion, "maybe they like to have a little have to go to work to prove he's in- money to fgll back on." i sane.'" Fi x -3 Prices r.rc good for ten Uy.=. scs.d them in and Til treat yon all ri H. VIENER, 217 North Stratton St. §1.25 75c --,0c i5o to oUe 1 If yon «in't ooine with yonr furs t Both 'Phones Experience Six-Cylinder Smoothness in Your Four --But This is the Only Way You Can Get It S PEED your Four up to 30 miles an hour or more on a smooth road, throw out the clutch aad close the throttle. Or coast do vm a long smooth hill with the motor running idle. The feeling is that of flying. There is no vibration. In this particular the sensation of riding in a Four approaches that felt in a Six. Then I But, in a Sbc, the smoothness Is ALWAYS there. You ride like constant coasting. In the HUDSON Six 54, up hill and down, on »ugh roads or smooth, fast or slow, the feeling is always the same. No Four -- no matter howpowerf'il or through what combination of gears its power Is transmitted -- can be made to ride so smoothly- Come, take s. drive m the HUDSON Six 54. If you enjoy driving, take hold of the wheel and feel for yourself the full meaning of that rrsich- talked -about "smoothness and Sesi- billty of the Six." In no other way "will It have such meaning for you. See the Try coasting uith vour .Four on a run of 100 feet! Then come, see us, we'll show you how to do it for 300 miles, all clay, without fatigue. It must be in a HUDSON Sis 54. New Features in HUDSON Six 54 True streamline body--the handsomest car you ever saw. Highest standard of HUDSON design and construction. The very best we know in beauty and finish. Left side drive- Right hand control- Entrance to driver's seat from either side. Electrically self-cranked and electric lighted. Tuily equipped w : th every necessary detail, 52250. on the Radiator S. G, BIGHAM, Biglerville, Pa. 2S7 His Thrilling Experience. The following is an extract from a youthful autobiography: "I am eleven years old. \Vaen I was three I had the scarlet fever. After that I had mumps, measies and whooping cough, soon a great done jumped and bit my face and then I fell off of a ladder and broke ray arm. Mother says boys have much better times now than when she was childish.-Everybody's. be in Get t y s f o u r every Tue a t P e n r o s p Myers' Jeweir^ Store. W. H. DDvKL5 Grad.of Optics,29 Pomfert St-.Carlisle. ~~FOFfSALE:~ house"and lot in Orrtanna. Apply John C. Hamilton, 205 Buford avenue, Gettysburg.--advertisement Cleaner and Piresser NFWSPAPFKflRC

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